Granite Bay Backyard Barn

Granite Bay, CA1,152 Sq. Ft.

Project Summary:

This backyard party barn in Granite Bay, California, offers the perfect setting for relaxing with friends and family. Modified from our Columbia 24′ Gable Barn Kit, this compact barn features a comprehensive floor plan that includes a 1,152 sq. ft. lounge area and a 310 sq. ft. upstairs loft. Our designers made minimal adjustments to the original model, including removing a set of columns on the main level, enclosing the shed roof, and eliminating a vented cupola from the design. We also replaced a few of our standard doors, window, and siding options with available upgrades, including 12′ x 9′ quad-glass breezeway doors in place of our standard barn-end doors and Hardie® Panel siding instead of our usual select tight knot cedar board and batten siding.

General Overview:


  • 1,152 SQ. FT. Barn
  • 310 SQ. FT. Loft
  • 1,462 SQ. FT. Total


  • Column Removal in Barn
  • Enclosed Shed Roof
  • Removed Vented Cupola
  • Added Tempered Glass to Windows


  • Hardie® Panel Board & Batten Siding
  • 12′ x 9′ Quad-Glass Breezeway Doors
  • Black Exterior & Interior Window Trim
  • Andersen 100 Series Fixed & Single-Hung Windows
  • Reclaimed Wood Walls

Custom Features:

In many ways, this backyard barn stays true to our standard Columbia 24′ Gable Barn Kit, except for a few stand-out features like its quad-glass breezeway doors, reclaimed wood walls, and Hardie® Panel board and batten siding. Our designers made minimal modifications to the model, including removing a set of columns inside the barn, enclosing the shed roof, and replacing a faux hayloft door with Andersen 100 Series fixed and single-hung windows above the entrance. We also added tempered glass windows and black exterior and interior window trim.

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